Google has announced a new smart messaging app, Allo. This new app learn over time to make conversation easier, more expressive and more productive. The app is based on your phone number so you can easily get in touch with anyone on your phone book.
Allo keeps your conversations private and secure. It has Expression, Google Assistant, and Security modules. The app is embedded with stickers that are sourced from independent artists from around the world.
Another feature in the applications is Whisper/Shout, a way to add more emotion to your words by choosing the text size in the messages you're about to send. The feature works in both text messages and photos, letting you express the proper emotional meaning.
Assistant In Allo
Google has also integrated it's new Assistant feature into Allo as well. For example, you are talking to one of your friend about Italian food nearby you get a suggestion that you can tap to display to everyone in the message thread to help decide on a restaurant. Once you agree on a place, Google Assistant will help you make a reservation through OpenTable right from there. The assistant will prompt you to confirm the number of dinners and what time you want to eat.
Google also integrated a Incognito Mode in it's messaging app, Allo like it does in Chrome. This will provide end-to-end encryption to your chat, time-deleted messages and the ability to hide the sender and receiver details. And as you close the Incognito mode, everything that you did will disappear, like it never happened.
Allo will be available on Android and iOS later this Summer.